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of the big bets that president obama can make to cement his legacy abroad? joining me is martin indyk of the brookings institution, an assistant secretary of state for president clinton and also the author of "bending history, barack obama's foreign policy." i got to take part in a conversation of big bets, black swans, a presidential briefing where you and the team at brookings write about both some of the real dangers in foreign policy as well as some areas where the president can make an impact if he so chooses. there's a lot to digest including the fact a new secretary of state is going to be presumably confirmed by the senate, john kerry. and yet in the financial times as we do this interview it is hillary clinton and the questions she faced about the death of our ambassador and others in benghazi and her warning to an administration and her successor in the financial times headlines about mali. clinton fears a new haven. does he anticipate for north africa in a way he couldn't have anticipated when he comes into office is now unstable, think about tunisia, egypt, libya. and ther
, but then they panned it, got fired immediately after it, and in a weird ending of his tenure. i bet the momentum that pandett it gave the bank continues and the story is calming down. after it closed thursday we get results from capital one. you want a great growth opportunity? i bet capital one is one of the best we hear from. terrific credit card franchise augmented by the recent acquisition of banking assets from ing. i like this stock. then there's intel. what can intel do about the fact that personal computer saultz finished down 6% last year? a staggering decline. do nothing. the new ceo beckons and maybe something is missing. i don't think so, though. there's more to life than a good semi conductor company. my charitable trust prefers qualcomm. general electric reports on friday. this is a huge friday. i'm going to get fired up. get up at 2:30 really. used to the cnbc alarm clock. the bar has been set low by management at an analyst meeting last month. they said some things that were disappointing. i think that's terrific news from ge shareholders because it gives them a chance to beat ex
which bet on the housing market to collapse and his backing of the deregulation of wall street. what do you believe the deregulation of wall street pushed by people like alan greenspan contributed significantly to the disaster we saw on wall street several years ago? >> i don't personally know the extent to which deregulation drove it, but i don't believe deregulation was the proximate cause. >> we will speak with former financial regulator william black, author of "the best way to rob a bank is to own one." and matt taibbi with this new piece, the tax secrets and lies of the bella." >> par sabbai the treasury, it is all done by ex wall street people and current wall street people. ordinary people really do not have input into any of this. >> then, haiti. three years after the earthquake that killed over 300,000 people, we speak to jonathan katz, author of, "the big truck that went by: how the world came to save haiti and left behind a disaster." all of that and more coming up. this is "democracy now!," democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman at least 120 people were
lance always double down, when he is in trouble he doubles the bet and the oprah interview is in some ways the ultimate doubling of the bet, he pushes everything on the table and said, look, there is where i am going to try to do to get out of this. >> rose: so what are you looking for? each of you in the oprah interview? >> well, you know, i don't -- i was asking myself that same question and i really don't know what to say, like he will confess. >> rose: right. >> i don't, having done some reporting on lance armstrong i would fool myself i could interpret the thoughts of a goldfish before i think i know what lance armstrong is thinking so judging his contrition is not an issue to me, strategically this looks like 15 years of deny, deny nye until there was about penny left from deneigh and let's see what we can get from confessing so i think a lot of people will try to interpret his emotions and mannerisms and to me, i am in a place where i understand i can't even begin to do that, beyond his confession -- >> rose: what are you looking for, daniel? >> i am looking for what he says t
, yeah. i mean, it just coins money, this trade. so we're going to bet this is going to do it again. wednesday morning we get a major update from boeing. man, those guys must be just like wow, like they must be on all-nighters around the clock. i think if it weren't for the dreamliner problems we would have had the quarter to end all quarters and you would have had to have been buying it right into this quarter thought we could do for the charitable trust. and now they are going to have to quantify what i regard as the unquantifiable and i would steer clear particularly because the transportation board has said there are no quick or easy answers. every day they seem to give an interview to the press saying listen, that plane's not getting off the ground. hold off on buying. you really need aerospice that badly? you're jonesing for aerospace? united tengz. honeywell delivered one more fine quarter today. dave cody my next-door neighbor. that guy has money. anyway, wild one ahead from after the close. call koom rooney mcfadden, man. this is a company that is uniquely levered and link
with more on the big bet. jon? >> reporter: maria, there's often a sell on the news effect with these events and also the reviewers, pretty universally positive on this device, but of all the reviewers i spoke to, i said would you dump your current phone for it? he said, i don't know. there's a question is this good enough? the u.s. launch comes in early march. that's a positive. it's not a thing where they are announcing it and maybe we'll get it in six months so that's good and alicia keys is joining rim as areat director. i spoke to torsten heinz in the last hour about what that means. he said she will be working on a project basis and will marshall troops behind her and bringing her message to the world. maybe that will help turn things around. more devices are coming this year. they will try to bring the bb-10 operating system to lower price points. maybe that expand the market a bit. smartphones are really growing and trying to grow in markets like north america which are largely saturated so those lower price points could be important for them. the big question though, will consumers
that much. boeing, when they reported, i bet you boeing up side, surprise. i found ge was good. i thought schlumberger was great. some companies not so great. it's a mixed picture. >> you mentioned boeing. interesting development in the investigation, the japanese reportedly focusing on the battery itself. and that supplier. u.s. regulators say the fire in boston, the battery didn't exceed its output standards, so maybe it's a wiring issue, maybe it is a circuit board issue. a wrinkle there. >> the investigations in japan and here taking different routes. all of which may add up to the dreamliner not coming back quite as soon as they'd hoped. >> someone screwed up. product liability. it's not so clear that the japanese company -- it's not that big. we look at the size of it. but people have insurance. and i think that boeing could be doing some collecting. >> yeah. finally, on the market, interesting article today in the journal again saying perhaps we're underestimating how much stock is being bought back. yes. that is still an underlying theme as we head further into this year, which is
say a better bet is cvs, which is charlie victor sam, ordered a terrific fek quarter by preannouncing. s that a safer bet. >>> new year, new ideas. what worked last year may not necessarily work this year. washington shennanigans continue. focus on far-oriented stocks. those are the ones that are coming back to life. be right back. >>> >> announcer: coming up, locking in profit? the housing market has been heating up. tonight, he spotted some household brands with takeover potential. find out if it's a housing play worth moving into. and later, mack daddy no more? 2012 was a tough year for ap people. will it turn around to regain its throne as the stoke to own? don't miss cramer's take. plus, win with wireless? there's a spat of new stocks on the street. and many more coming in 2013. from cutting edge next generation wi-fi to cruise lines. has your ship finally come in? or will there be a disconnect? cramer's breaking down what it takes for these stocks to tick up, just ahead. all coming up on "mad money." don't miss a second of "mad money." follow @jim krzcramer on twitter. p send ji
, they plummeted. aubrey bet the company on the idea that natural gas would not only become the natural power generated fuel it is becoming overtaking coal, but it would also become a major surface vehicle fuel, the latter which makes so much sense, simply didn't happen or take off in time to boost chesapeake. aubrey is saying he's retired, but other sources are saying he was forced out. a victim of the ways that have always been his hallmark. but just at the exact moment when he departs, rich kinder, the dean of t complex in the u.s. swoops up the partner in pipelines in order to get more exposure to the transfer of, you guessed it, natural gas and natural gas liquids from the eagleford shale among others, two refineries that can turn fuel into plastic. kinder's saying the revolution that aubrey bet his company on is now upon us. aubrey didn't get there in time. i believe that chesapeake's decision to remove the man who has discovered more nat gas and liquids than anyone else on earth will mark the bottom in pricing for oil natural gas. kinder morgan knows they will need that pipe from the
as three times bullish bet on the real estate sector. itb was up. portfolio consists of construction related stocks. roof, this is real estate small cap etf all of them making new highs. sandra: another big winner in today's session was the chip equipment stocks the sector got a lift following strong results from kla ten core. kla was the top performer followed by lam research and asml which was up 4%, david. david: let's tell you what we have got planned for this afternoon because we've got a busy show. timothy geithner saying good buy to his job as secretary treasury. jack lew is the nominee, the person that coo be taking over. guess what is a lot, a lot more partisan than tim geithner that worked for both republicans and democrats. steve forbes tells us what that can mean for policy going forward. sandra: howard lutnick, ceo of cantor fitzgerald, shares his investing ideas for 2013. the prime minister of haiti, he talks about the big roll the private sector is playing in the rebuilding of his country and his economy. david: before we get started on this hour, we want to tell you w
'll see how it plays out. cheryl? cheryl: plan to report on that. peter, thank you. >> you bet. cheryl: closing bell will ring, 52 minutes to go. southwest airlines, quarterly earnings topping analysts' estimates. bookings not too shabby with a 52-week high. the business traveler coming back? a conversation with gary kelly is next. plus, liz claman on the scene in switzerland, liz? >> it's in full swing, and we are too on fox business. coming up on this hour of "countdown to the closing bell" heavy hitters from coca-cola ceo to the ceo of merck, and the ceo of cisco giving his 2013 outlook. that's all coming up here on fox business. ♪ twins. i didn't see them coming. i have obligations. cute obligations, but obligations. i need to rethink the core of my portfolio. what i really need is sleep. introducing the ishares core, building blocks for the heart of your portfolio. find out why 9 out of 10 large professional investors choose ishares for their etfs. ishares by blackrock. call 1-800-ishares for a prospectus which includes investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses. read an
.m. >> i know, i know. >> will the market react? >> there's a better bet right now on the government working this out and the worst scenario not coming to pass. i will tim you, maria, reading a lot of interesting scenarios given the government cash flow, how you can keep the government oh. i think we don't default because we have the cash flow to pay interest on debt, but you can like close down the department of education and justice and make your social security payment and pay your vet rarngs not the military. >> unreal. >> different ways to work, $270 billion coming in and if you get rid of the deficit spending, we can service the debt and keep parts of the government open. >> right. >> but none of it is going to be pretty. >> if it's so easy to close down agencies, why do they exist? i'll leave you with that. thanks to both of you. placing his bet on a new tablet. fittingly they are doing it in business. the head of hewlett-packard's computer business will be with me from the electronics show and why this will be different than past attempts which did not work out for hewlett-pa
for competitors? i mean, how important is this given the fact that so many technology companies are betting on this enormous population in china and throughout asia? >> it would be a huge loss for apple. i mean, they are already seeing subscriber share for the iphone in china go down to companies like samsung and lenovo so this would be a pretty big loss. they would have to figure something else out in the country. >> yeah. david. can you address the issue of the margins? i mean, that seems to be the single most issue, most important issue affecting the way people feel about this company. margins are compressing. they are not growing nearly what they were before. if apple comes out with an iphone mini, that's only going to hurt margins even more as it tries to establish itself in emerging markets like china. >> well, that's right. i mean, apple had the best of both worlds. they could sell a premium products at ridiculously high margins and grow faster than anyone else. that is clearly being challenged, but as i say, the stock right now after this decline over the last couple of months refle
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hovering in the $40 range. >> it's more a bet on the financial engineering skills of eddie lampert. and what his future plans are, that's up for anybody to decide. but it looks like, with him taking the reigns of the company, it's more going to be a breakup mode right now for sears. >> reporter: hartzell says the likeliest bet is lambert will try and sell-off some of sears' most well-known brands like lands end and kenmore. and he says don't forget the retailer's home appliance repair business, where margins are high. ruben ramirez, "n.b.r.," new york. >> tom: stocks eased lower today for the second session in a row. it wasn't a dramatic move with the s&p 500 trading in a ten- point range with trader focus falling on quarterly earnings and forecasts. the index pared back earlier losses to end lower by just 0.3%. trading volume was 691 million shares on the big board and 1.75 billion on the nasdaq. the telecommunications sector saw the heaviest selling, falling 2.7%. the industrial sector was down 0.8%. now, it was the big phone stocks weighing on the telecom sector with both a.t.&t
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to create a good structured portfolio, then you can make your bets. but this is a whole conversation on how to invest. >> here's a question just about bets. you know, you're making the argument, and explaining the need to have a diversified portfolio. but most people have diversified portfolio follow the market. meaning, whatever the s&p 500 is ultimately you're going to be up or down, somewhere around there. you, and some of your peers consistently outperform the market. and you do that, i assume, by making bets. >> we break it into two parts. we have two basic portfolios. there is the strategic asset allocation mix. which we call all weather and that just hassing to to do with bets. it has to do with how to make all the assets the same risk parity. call risk parity. the problem is, when people try to diversify, and they own equities and equities has a volatility. >> right. >> that's large. or they own assets that do well when the economy does well and doly when the economy does badly they have a concentration of their risk in some assets. >> right. >> they need to have. they need to chang
along. i also am somewhat of a contrarian in china and the far east. i think things are going to bet better as the year progresses, the eurozone should benefit from the easy monetary policies that they've seen and we don't, we're not even arguing about a financial crisis in the eurozone right now. interest rates have come down in the harmed countries, so when i wrap it all together and i've got about ten other reasons why i like the stock market. i think the market is probably going to be up what it was this year. about 13% or so. i'm -- >> double what a lot -- >> well that's a bullish way, 10, 12, 13% of the market. gina martin adams is an equity strategist at wells fargo securities. ned talks off a lot of things, unemployment. auto, housing, asia. you put those same things into a mix and you don't get as optimistic a view as he does. >> it's more likely the market takes a little bit of pous and a lot of that is because of policy and everything that's going on in washington, creating some degree of limited risk tolerance. but the other key component is earnings. the market has risen
%, or whatever you're willing to risk, high number of diversified extremely risky bets. >> why? >> we have medium risk portfolio but you did a lot better than someone who has a hundred percent of the portfolio at medium risk. >> in your portfolio. you say, you feel only comfortable -- and i respect that. i'm talking about the things that you actually own. >> yes. >> in your world, what are those highly risky bets? >> i mean, i put it in stocks. i don't want to say names of companies. i own stocks, i own diversified number of them, across things. i also own not well known stocks because you need to know a lot of these because they are the stocks of tomorrow. and also i'm trying to get into venture capital, although there is to much paperwork so i get a headache. >> one of the things that we used to talk about a lot was that you know, bet that would pay off gigantically. even though they were very unlikely to happen. are you still doing that? >> of course, option. my career was made -- i started in crash of '87. so i understand very well can you do well from randomness. but over all, my point isn't
. >> see you monday more the inauguration. >> you bet. >> now to another breaking news station. this one in algeria. things are still very fluid. the terrorists are still holding hostages 800 miles south of aljeers. they also want the blind sheik. he was tied to the world trade center attack in 1993. jackie deangelo has news for us at the desk. hi, jackie. >> the united states announcing it does not make deals with the terrorists with respect to the bloody three-day standoff in algeria. this after an islamist gunman proposing to swap terrorist for the sheik jailed in the u.s. for terrorism. algeria state tv is reporting that nearly 100 of the 132 foreign workers that were being held hostage have been freed but remember, the location of this gas facility in algeria is so remote it's been really difficult to get accurate information and accounts of what's actually happening on the ground. even if those numbers are correct, the fate of about 30 workers is still unclear at this point. meantime, while we've begun to see first images of freed hostages arriving a the a hospital in algeria for t
, switzerland, and austria. during the cold war, germany's bundesbank took a bet by soaring gold reserves around the world and left in there after the collapse of communism. >> last year, official auditors point out that official stockpiles abroad have never actually been counted. >> plans are afoot to bring the bars back home, or at least some of them. >> at least he knows what he has in his hands -- his golden globe is nothing more than a thin layer of 24 karat gold covering up something much less precious, and there is no doubt about the quality of the gold in the bundesbanks either. experts inspect and count it every year. these do not have a chance. but this kind of checks are not possible every year. u.s. federal reserve's held somewhere in new york are not open to german gold inspectors. germany owns a total of about 3,396 tons of gold, and almost 131 -- 1/3 of that is held in frankfurt. but almost half of germany's goal design in new york. now, the bank is said to have worked up a plan to move more of its gold reserves onto german soil. that plan includes withdrawing all of its gold from
.s. and europe but then what i say is even if they hire the right. >> bet the narcissism is so acute. you can see it to that we will meet that it leads us to think of others as human beings whose lives are curious as fortunately the university of chicago. the climate of fear and suspicion against muslims and friends to the rail that commitment but if we articulate ph.d. is clearly, this may help us with these developments. thank you. [applause] i will call on people until they cut us off. please come to the microphone. please say to you are or where program you are in. >> after that we do the book signing. if you have to leave and want a book take it to my secretary. >> one thing that disturbs me a young girl who wants to wear the covering they are forced they cannot go to a normal school so they are deprived of the education that other children get that would be a problem finding jobs in the future or b =. >> that is very important. that shows the policy is counterproductive. if they wanted to assimilation then of course, that is true. i did not talk about the school's his office of the but it i
to put your old one to shame. >> las vegas, the gambler's paradise. visitors are betting on the next technology breakthrough. they think they have a winner. they look like microwaves, but they can help a new industrial revolution. what was once made in a factory can now be produced cheaply in your living room. by chance or model figures from the latest sci-fi movie. the machines can scan and print anything. the design is modeled on a computer, and the printer puts the material together layer by layer. it is a breakthrough, especially for new items only produced in small batches. and costing around $1,500 each, it is a price tag that consumers can now afford. >> we are really about innovation in this space. it is like being back at the beginning of the personal computer revolution in 1980. i think it will actually be bigger than personal computing. >> human implants can also be printed, spelling an end to costly lab production. hearing aids can be tailored to the year. the liquid acrylic is printed and hardened using a laser. the low-cost offer huge opportunities, especially in develo
's berkshire hathaway performed better than the rest of the market, mostly by betting on banks. the oracle of omaha is known for his stock picking stragtegies. for 2012, buffett's berkshire class-a shares gained 17%, while the s&p 500 index advanced 13%. among the top performers in the buffett portfolio, wells fargo, american express and... there was also that $5-billion wager on bank of america. buffett bought shares of b.a.c. at $7.14 in august of 2011. the stock now trades around $12 and jumped more than 100% last year. it's likely intel's new tv service will not be ready in time for this month's consumer electronics show. the chip- maker is creating a new video cable & streaming service that offers individual channels and even individual shows on an a la carte basis to subscribers, rather than the usual bundle of channels. the wall street journal reports that negotiations with content providers have delayed the launch of intel tv until later this year. tvs with supersized screens are heading to households. lg electronics is taking pre-orders for "ultra" tvs. the 55-inch set uses organi
this shrimp, i bet you thought he was a goner. and some lawmakers want to bring back the spending that brought back this critter. attention, all shoppers, your credit card bill is about to get bigger with a new fee kicking in this weekend. and people fee'd up are lashing out. you maniacs, you blew it up! >> charge it up and pay up. starting tomorrow, retailers no longer having to pay the processing fees to credit card companies. part after class action lawsuit rolling. so, who is going to cover the cost? how about you. it could add another 4% to every purchase that you make with plastic. this is a nightmare. >> more than a nightmare. let me tell you people love their credit cards, understandable why. a way for you to build equity, to make banks know who you are, build your credit score, but at the end of the day may cost you more when you take credit cards out in stores all over. >> and stores can make up their minds? >> yes, they're doing that right now. >> whether to pass it on. >> we're calling them, we're calling them this week and we're hearing that target is not going to charge this fee
. >> i mean, they think so. they seem to be hedging their bets and saying it's not just about one smartphone, it's about a mobile computing system. take that for what it's worth. but, you know, they think that they have something viable and powerful. they're confident. everything they've said over the last few months and employees that i've talked to are confident that this is something new and that the market will respond. >> will, good to see you. thanks for joining us. all will be revealed later. will connors, reporter at the "wall street journal." i'm talking about in terms of the phone. >> 10:00 a.m. eastern, correct? five hours to go. countdown. >>> boeing's ongoing dreamliner woes threaten to overshadow its report later today for fourth quarter earnings. can it keep flying high? >>> welcome to "worldwide exchange." if you're just tuning in, i'm kelly evans. >> i'm ross westgate. here are your headlines. >> spain sees a bigger than expected drop in fourth quarter gdp as one of its most indebted regions asked for nine billion euros. >>> trades low after posting full-year earn
are -- i think the republicans are betting maybe the tax hikes were off the table, and then pelosi on down the democrats are saying no that's not the case. how do you see the next round going? >> i think unfortunately people have an expectation that there will be theatrics, brinksmanship, then there will be some sort of agreement or deferral or kicking the can down the road, and nobody has an expectation that there will be effectiveness or really solving a problem, certainly solving a problem for the long-term. there's just diminished expectations about what washington generally and congress specifically can even achieve and people are getting discouraged and that becomes sort of a self-fulfilling prophesy where people don't expect much. they don't get much. and it's a circle. it's a cycle that inhibits washington, government's effectiveness, congress's effectiveness and it's a license to make our problems worse and not make them better. people need to hold congress to a higher standard, and right now there's such a bad attitude, there's no sense that congress should or could be held to th
money. lori: it makes you wonder if mother nature has a bet on commodities. jeff flock. melissa: oh, my goodness. over half of the economy will stay stable in the next couple of months. would you describe that as optimistic that they need to be studied? >> i think it is a relative gain. house ceos have been operating over the last three or four years now. melissa: they think the economy will be relatively stable. >> that is correct. there are a lot of different of and downs within that. you have tremendous uncertainty when you look at can actually gain market share, can imagine through the global uncertainty that is there in the economy right now. melissa: they are not that optimistic. i am surprised to hear that they even think that the economy will stay stable. we sort of have one down, three to go if you look at the debt limit. the congressional budget cliff, as well. >> the housing market stabilizing and turning around. confidence of the consumer, it is there. but you do have that uncertainty coming from government action or lack there of. melissa: they want to focus on creating a s
appointees in the administration. in that neighborhood. i would bet you, i asked them for this but i didn't get an answer because i'm last in line to get answers. i bet there are more women appointees than any other administration. >> kimberly: talk about this. can i get a full screen up. women in the cabinet. look at this. obama, nine through his first term. george w. bush, ten. clinton, 17. oh, clinton is the winner again. >> andrea: why does it matter like eric said, it's about who is qualified. >> eric: that is unfair. put the full screen back up. put the full screen back up. nine through the first term. so if he, if valerie jarret leaves and soliz leaves and replace it with two more females. >> dana: elaine chow served for the entire eight years as the secretary of labor. >> bob: that is an unusual situation. >> kimberly: guys, this is just through the first term. >> andrea: don't you think it's more egregious that the women he had working for them were paid 18% less than the men? >> kimberly: yes. dry cleaning costs are more for women. >> andrea: he doesn't golf with women or play b
to make a bet. >> i don't know his schedule but i will make communications clear as i wear my 49er hat to any conference i have. we are on the way to the super bowl, one of the hungy years. you feel it. >> the mayor has been a long-term 49er fan so the only question remaining, what is the delicacy in atlanta that we should bet on or against? >> come on, come on. >> peaches. >> peaches. >> grits. >> grits? >> another cold morning, and grits sounds good. >> anything to keep you warm and stick to your body. now, let's go outside, 5:17. someone is frozen in the control room. you can see the windfalling a little bit as we look down san francisco in the background and sausalito from mount tamien. live doppler 7 hd shows any radar runs and it is bone dry out there again but just enough moisture that the frost is forming inland. we are close at fremont and san jose with the 34's but we have los gatos at 32 and antioch is warmer spot at 38 and 44 in san francisco. monterey bay, we are in the upper 30's and 42 to salinas. through the forecast cycle, hazy sunshine, another "spare the air" day wit
the mother of all mistakes. it can't be that bad. do you want to bet? father clifford, have you got a minute? talk to you later. one minute i was offering her a little friendly comfort and the next -- yeah, i get the picture. has siobhan said anything? she doesn't have to. it's all in the eyes with women. that's why i'm trying to avoid her. it was just, well, you know how it is. we had a bit to drink and one thing led to another. right. and you think siobhan might have ideas about something more permanent? i think she's in love with me. well, you can't keep avoiding her. i just don't want to hurt her feelings, that's all. all the more reason why you should say something. i can't. not until i've had a good night's sleep anyway. coward. knackered coward. brendan. what's all this? it's my contribution to the festival. that's very generous of you. sure, i'm all heart. erm, can i ask a favour? well, what is it? i really need your help. that bad is it. er, john, two minutes? come on inside. would you talk to her? it's not my place to. what happened between siobhan
best bet for getting down to the mall for the inaugural festivities. the official start time for metro today was 4:00 a.m. but we did notice here at the gallery place station, the doors did not open to customers at exactly 4:00 a.m. there was a line at the top of the escalators at that time. the barriers were not lifted until about 4:13. some folks were anxious to get on the trains to go home. even more folk trying to get closer to the inaugural festivities on the mall. >> i just got off so they are he not letting the bus come home so the best way home is the subway so i'm taking advantage of it. >> we have to head down to volunteer at d and seventh street for the inauguration. we are like official volunteers. >> what time are you supposed to be there? >> by 5:00. no later than 5:00. >> reporter: metro's hours today for your planning purposes open 4:00 a.m. until 2:00 a.m. peak fares are from 4:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. there are normal week day parking rates. parking fees will be charged when exiting. metro suggests that you plan your day without a transfer. it will make it easier. all fiv
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